FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH (7 PM NST) Newfoundland Growlers (7-5-0-0, 12 PTS) vs. Toledo Walleye (7-3-1-0, 15 PTS) WATCH: Rogers TV (Saturday), ECHL TVLISTEN: mixlr.com/nlgrowlers The Newfoundland Growlers wrap up their four-game November homestand with a pair of weekend matchups against the Toledo Walleye, ECHL affiliate of the Detroit Red Wings in a 2019 Kelly Cup Finals rematch. Former Growler Josh Kestner will receive his Kelly Cup ring prior to puck drop on Friday night, and Saturday night is Hockey Fights Cancer night. LAST GAME Justin Brazeau netted a pair of power-play goals, while Joseph Duszak, Matt Bradley and Colt Conrad picked up a pair of assists as the Newfoundland Growlers doubled up on the Atlanta Gladiators 6-3 Saturday night at Mile One Centre. Todd Skirving, Zach O’Brien, Scott Pooley and Brady Ferguson also scored for Newfoundland. Angus Redmond made 31 saves between the pipes in his Growlers debut. TRANSACTIONS Nov. 14: F Scott Pooley recalled to Toronto (AHL)Nov. 12: D Joseph Duszak and D Mac Hollowell recalled to Toronto (AHL) QUICK HITS Newfoundland
- The Growlers have the second-best home power play at 35.3%
- Colt Conrad leads all ECHL rookies with 15 points and leads the league in assists with 13
- Marcus Power has points in five straight games
- The Walleye are 5-0 when scoring the first goal of the game
- Josh Kestner is sporting a 10-game point streak game
- Tyler Spezia has three goals in the last four games
PREVIOUS MATCHUP June 4th – 4-3 Newfoundland GrowlersGiorgio Estephan led the charge with a three-point night, including scoring the historic Kelly Cup-clinching goal as the Newfoundland Growlers defeated the Toledo Walleye 4-3 to capture the Kelly Cup in the clubs Inaugural Season. Matt Bradley and Josh Kestner also scored for the Growlers. Michael Garteig and Pat Nagle each made 23 saves in their respective creases.